This year's UN Climate Change Conference is centred around the Rhine River that winds through Bonn, Germany.
On the Rhine, all day long, tanker ships, coal barges and river cruises come and go while, in a park on the banks, the massive carbon-dioxide-hating conference and its diesel-fuelled generators drones on.
This thing wouldn't be a United Nations climate change conference without Greenpeace, and Greenpeace wouldn't be Greenpeace without a healthy helping of hypocrisy.
This year, Greenpeace docked one of their seafaring vessels, the Beluga 2, along the Rhine and opened it up to brainwash curious visitors.
The Beluga 2 is dressed up as a "low carbon sailboat".
But the Beluga 2 is hiding a big secret:
Greenpeace loves fossil fuels just as much as I do!